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Bruins Slot, Hilco (author), Nugteren, Alex (author), van Rie, Victor (author), Nota, Hugo (author), Overgaauw, Tim (author), van der Heide, Niels (author)
This report is written with the aim to evaluate a possible port expansion in the port of San Vicente, Chile. In order to achieve this a thorough analysis on the port operations, hydrodynamical analysis using Delft3D and a bottleneck analysis on the infrastructure have been executed. A preliminary design for the port expansion is created. This...
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Yasmin Aruni, Yasmin (author)
Established firms need to go beyond their core business in order to survive rapid technological and market changes, which can be achieved through external corporate venturing (ECV) or the creation of new business external to the firm. This approach requires a firm to develop relevant capabilities. Existing research on capability development...
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Panhuyzen, Rogier (author)
Background Despite its high demand, prostheses are too often abandoned because they fail to meet the main requirements control, comfort and cosmesis. Body-powered hook prostheses provide good control due to their proprioceptive feedback but are in general not efficient nor appealing. The WILMER group has developed an appealing voluntary-opening...
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Huisman, Fleur (author)
Cities coop with the problem of increasing demand for housing due to urbanisation, while trying to maintain and improve its attractiveness and city image. Improving attractiveness and the city image can be achieved by urban renewal. In Rotterdam, The National Programme Rotterdam-Zuid (NPRZ) was initiated to tackle the disadvantages and improve...
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Bouwens, Maarten (author)
Situation: A large portion of the beneficiaries of humanitarian aid have little to no proof of their identity, this is especially the case in African countries, in which humanitarian intervention is common. In order to facilitate aid to these individuals, humanitarian organizations (HOs) leverage their on-the-ground capacity to create identity...
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Alderliesten, David (author)
The recommendation of tasks for newcomers within a software project throughgood first issues is being done within the domain of software development, such as onGithubplatform. These issues aim to help newcomers identify tasks that are suitablefor them and their level of expertise within the project. This thesis report investigatesthe...
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Shenitzer Schwake, R. (author)
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Suresh, Kavya (author)
Chennai, a historical seaside city on the southern coast of India, has undergone extensive urbanisation ever since the postcolonial economic reform of the nineties. Mismanaged urban growth that predominantly prioritises economic development has led to a situation of congestion, lack of public space and forgotten ecological networks in the city....
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Dalal, Aman (author)
The global aircraft fleet was predicted to grow by approximately 40% between 2017 and 2027 by Oliver Wyman (2017). This fast-growing fleet needs to be supported by equally developing Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) divisions of airlines. In light of the growing need for more efficient and technologically advanced aircraft maintenance,...
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Joustra, Heleen (author)
The city of Amsterdam is following the ambitions of the National Government to operate a fully circular economy in 2050. To do so, circular urban area development (UAD) must become standard. As a start, Buiksloterham is declared as a circular urban area development project by over twenty participating parties including the municipality of...
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Beerepoot, C. (author)
As the world is a complex and dynamic system, parties increasingly depend on each other in their decisions. These interdependencies are found as well between corporations and cities in decisions on mutations in the corporation’s accommodation, which is the subject of this research. Mutations are considered all changes in the accommodation. In...
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Ghini, M. (author)
During the last four decades, China experienced the fastest urban population growth in the world. After the establishment of the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in 1979, due to the tremendous demand for new construction land, cities authorities expropriated farmlands to establish new urban developments. However, in order to minimize compensation...
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Siritip, N. (author)
This project is a part of the Complex Projects Graduation Studio, "New York Midtown", it explores the possibility of introducing a new workplace typology within an industrial waterfront of Clinton piers as a way to respond to the changing landscape of work of the 21st century New York and the revitalization of the waterfront in the previously...
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Wouters, A.G. (author)
Living in Rotterdam, we make eagerly use of all cultural attractions the city has to offer. We visit a museum on a free weekend, go to the library to study, spend an evening at the cinema or theatre and go out for dinner with friends and family. Without much awareness, using the cultural infrastructure of the city engages us in informal learning...
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Warnakulasuriya, Thilini (author)
As a result of long time colonisation and trade, the city of Semarang in Indonesia has a large stock of built heritage that share a history with the Netherlands. The Dutch colonial buildings, left to decay have become a backdrop for tourists and feed into the 'insta culture' sweeping the current decade. At the same time the city suffers deeply...
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Fusaro, A. (author)
The Age of Enlightenment in the Western World countries brought to the establishment of several private and public healthcare, military, justice, educational and research-related organizations straddling the 19th and the 20th centuries. Characterized by unprecedented levels of organizational complexity and presenting similar internal dynamics,...
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Murre, B.M.N. (author)
An increasing demand for mobility due to natural growth in demand and an urbanizing Randstad region create a demand for a higher quality and higher capacity system of public transportation in the Netherlands. Funding for improvements is however lacking threatening the development of needed homes in the region as new development locations lack...
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Martinez Medina, Raul (author)
Unbalanced decision making processes, lack of planning scope and a market-driven development lead by high power interests have shaped the emergent Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico (MAVM) with an increasing spatial fragmentation and social segregation. To counteract the problematisation an adaptive planning framework is proposed linking...
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Cohen, Dor (author)
In the past two decades, two big processes have changed the urban configuration of Jerusalem: The construction of the West Bank separation barrier, leaving the majority of the Palestinian neighborhoods of the city completely cut out from their hinterland and neighboring Palestinian cities, and the ongoing planning and construction of the light...
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Mainetti, F. (author)
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